Cotton Sustainability Seminar in Japan

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Liesl Truscott, European & Farm Engagement Director, joined Textile Exchange Board member Mitsuya Inagaki from KOWA, Daren Abney from the Better Cotton Initiative, and Jouji Matsui from Fairtrade Japan to deliver a seminar on cotton sustainability initiatives in January.

2015 - the International Year of Soils

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2015 is the International Year of Soils. The IYS 2015, initiated by the FAO, aims to increase awareness and understanding of the importance of soil for food security and essential ecosystem functions.

Italy: Green Train to Expo Milan 2015

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02.03.2015 Karin Heinze

The Green Train 2015 (Treno Verde 2015) has departed in Caltanissetta (Sicily) and is on its way to the Expo in Milan that will commence on 1 May 2015.

Textile sustainability conference – call for papers

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Textile Exchange has announced their annual textile sustainability conference Textiles - A Circular Life. It will take place in Mumbai, India, on 5 - 10 October 2015.

Slovakia: International conference on organic agriculture sciences

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The International Conference on Organic Agriculture Sciences (ICOAS) will take place in Bratislava, Slovakia from 14 -17 October 2015.

Current developments in the Russian organic market

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17.02.2015 Redaktion

In Europe, Russia is considered to be one of the worst performing countries in terms of the turnover of organic food. According to the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, in 2012 sales of organic food in Russia amounted to 148 million US dollars, which represents growth of 7.8 % compared with 2011.

Science Day at BioFach 2015

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30.01.2015 Redaktion

EOCC reception at BioFach 2015

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12.12.2014 Redaktion

ORC - Organic Producers' Conference

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20.10.2014 Redaktion

Organic Week in Canada

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22.08.2014 Redaktion

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